Proof Brewing Company
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Proof Brewing Co.'s new production facility features a modern tasting room, expansive lawn, covered patio, private events room and restaurant called Proper.
Fantastic local beer! It has an outdoor area with corn hole and other outdoor games. They do allow kids, and my son loves to play out there with his friends while we enjoy a beer. It's also in Railroad Square, which is an art area for our locals here!
Great appetizers and go to for game day viewing and locally crafted beers. Kid friendly and dogs welcome here too!
One of my favorite bars, easily walked to on a beautiful trail through back roads
One of the most successful local craft beer breweries. They have just moved to a beautiful state-of-the-art renovated space that's within walking distance! Tasting room, beer garden and restaurant. My favorite brew so far is Mango Wit. Look in the frig when you arrive.
Local Brewery, great outdoor area with activities. Dog friendly, family friendly. Next to a playground and inside Railroad Square Art Park. Must visit!
“Want to rent a bike? Or maybe a scooter?Great park right by downtown Tallahassee. There’s an amphitheater where they do live shows sometimes, a nice restaurant in case you get hungry, and a live water show to relax by. ”
“Be sure to check out the upstairs bar area! Great for hangouts with groups away from the college crowd”
“Educational outdoor experience over boardwalks with native Florida wildlife, including the endangered Florida Panther. Historic exhibits, buildings and zip lines through the forest canopy. ”
“Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park, at 3540 Thomasville Rd., .5 mi. n. of I-10 exit 203 on US 319, consists of more than 1,100 acres, including 28 acres of ornamental gardens that are the focal point of the park. New York businessman Alfred B. Maclay and his wife, Louise, began the gardens in 1923. Colorful azaleas, camellias and Oriental magnolias as well as many native plants bloom January through April. The Maclay House has restored living and dining rooms and serves as a center for information about the Maclays, camellias and the gardens. Nearly 8 miles of hiking, biking and horse trails run through the park, which also features a picturesque picnic/recreation area with covered shelters, a swimming area, a paddleboat launch, rental kayak and a playground. Audio tours of the gardens are available. Recreational activities are permitted. Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum. Admission: Park $6 (per private vehicle with two to eight people); $4 (per single-occupancy vehicle); $2 (per person arriving by bicycle or on foot). Garden admission (including house) Jan.-Apr. $6; $3 (ages 2-12); free rest of year with paid park admission.”